Work in progress

Photo by Craig Baxter.
Photo by Craig Baxter.
Signal construction manager David Driver stands in the Otago University Students' Association (OUSA) Recreation Centre, formerly known as the Clubs and Societies building, which is being renovated as part of a $2 million upgrade.

OUSA president-elect Ruby Sycamore-Smith said the renovations, which are scheduled to be finished before students return next year, would bring the building into the 21st century.

The building served an important purpose as the clubs provided students with a way to meet new people, she said.

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